noun, plural Men·des, (especially collectively) Men·de for 1.
Examples from the Web for mendes
Contemporary Examples of mendes
Mendes is a freelancer, and Tavares plans to quit his job as well.So You Think You Can Busk: a Road Trip Search for the Best European Street Artists
June 7, 2013
Mendes cooked at Bouley, Wallsé and Tocqueville prior to opening Aldea.Fresh Picks
September 7, 2010
“Kate” is Kate Winslet, who is married to Mendes, though the couple has since separated.Britain's New Political Superstar
April 20, 2010
Historical Examples of mendes
Consulting our map we found that the next big town was Mendes.
To a child who, when he becomes celebrated, will remember the barber of Mendes.
I loved Mattia when we arrived at Mendes, but when we left the town I loved him even more.
The earliest dynastic centres of his worship were Abydos and Mendes.Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt
Your friend Mendes, the good Samaritan, dined with me yesterday.The PG Edition of Chesterfield's Letters to His Son
The Earl of Chesterfield